Hannah Poynter is a Multi-Media Journalist at WLFI.
Hannah Poynter is a Multi-Media Journalist at WLFI. She started her studies at Vincennes University, where she earned a degree in broadcasting. While at Vincennes she was awarded broadcasting honors along with Magna Cum Laude. Hannah prides herself in her love for animals and aspires to work on stories involving them. When she isn’t glued to work Hannah spends time with her family up in Danville, Indiana, where she lived throughout her teenage years. She was homeschooled all four years of high school and attended mission trips in Chicago and Kentucky. She plans on one day pursuing her dreams of becoming an anchor.
A woman on the south side of Lafayette says she spotted a Bobcat lurking in her backyard at Indianbrook Court.
Tippecanoe county partnership for water quality is looking for more volunteers to help clean up the Wabash this Saturday.
Attorney General Curtis Hill announced Fountain County is set to receive a $50,000 grant towards starting a jail Chemical Addiction Program for its inmates.
Purdue students are competing in a NASA rocket program.
In the span of a couple months, ten cats have gone missing throughout the Watkins Glen neighborhood.
People in Benton County are on the lookout after a possible mountain lion was spotted in the area.
A texting program called 'Safe-2-Talk' is helping teens focus on their mental health.
The city of Frankfort is searching for a new parks department superintendent.
EggLife will now be making their grain and dairy free tortillas in White County.
A Purdue University club is creating prosthetic limbs for people in the community.